Training on cyber crime investigation concludes
Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): The valedictory function of advance course on cyber crime investigation-cum-release of cyber crime investigation manual of Nagaland police was held at Rhododendron Hall, Nagaland Police Officers’ Mess, Chumoukedima, on September 21.
Addressing the gathering, state DGP, T John Longkumer, stated that he had seen many quality officers who are a treasured resource persons for the department during his one year service. Stressing on quality service of being in uniformed service, he said that investigative skills, team work, obligation to duty with true integrity brings out the quality.
He encouraged the state police force to be the leading beacon in all fields in the country, a DIPR report stated on Sunday.
DGP, who also congratulated the trainees for successful completion of their training, was optimistic that they would produce positive results not only in the crime committed but also in the prevention of such crime by creating awareness in the society. The DGP also released the cyber crime investigation manual on the occasion.
In his brief report, SP (Crime), Vishal, who was the course co-ordinator for the training, stated that the training was divided into two phases. The first phase was on cyber crime investigation awareness programme, while cyber crime investigation module was taken up in the second phase.
He stated that altogether 46 police officers from different parts of the state attended the training.
The programme was chaired by DIG (CID/HR and SJ), Imcharenla, while the vote of thanks was proposed by IGP (CID), Zekotso Mero. Other highlights included introduction of cyber crime investigation manual by SP, Wokha, Manojkumar, and distribution of certificate to the trainees by DGP.